Posts Tagged ‘Spruce Hill’

Toward An Inclusive Revival Of Mayfair’s Frankford Ave

Toward An Inclusive Revival Of Mayfair’s Frankford Ave

April 23, 2015  |  Morning Blend

A bottom-top approach toward a BID, developers to explain their Spruce Hill mixed-use to residents, PHL expansion deal reached with neighbors, and life on Elfreth’s Alley > more

Seeing Between The Ci-Lines: St. Andrew's Chapel Awakened With Art And Geometry

Seeing Between The Ci-Lines: St. Andrew’s Chapel Awakened With Art And Geometry

February 27, 2015  |  Last Light

Temporary art installation Ci-Lines opens this Saturday inside the ornate, vacant St. Andrew's Chapel on Spruce Street in West Philly. We spoke with the project's artist Aaron Asis about community engagement, vacant and abandoned site activation, and urban preservation > more

East Passyunk's King of Jeans Deposed, Exiled To Northern Liberties

East Passyunk’s King of Jeans Deposed, Exiled To Northern Liberties

February 6, 2015  |  Morning Blend

An iconic sign in South Philadelphia removed, Dranoff to develop 73 condos for Two Liberty Place, Reynolds-Brown wants more green roofs, stalled redevelopment in Spruce Hill, and Philly firm dedicated to “creative” office spaces > more

Overnight Weekend Rail Service Is Here To Stay

Overnight Weekend Rail Service Is Here To Stay

October 9, 2014  |  Morning Blend

SEPTA puts the service in rail service, Clarke to get tough on rowdy Temple students, Blackwell silent on 4224 Baltimore rezoning request, and CDR grants lukewarm approval to proposal at 27th & Girard > more

Why Is The Zoning Board So Often At Variance With RCOs?

Why Is The Zoning Board So Often At Variance With RCOs?

July 10, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Explaining the protracted reform of the Zoning Board of Adjustment, Spruce Hill developers plan to redo devastated corner, the Roberts still bolstering South Broad Theater, foundation buckles in Cobbs Creek, PPA interested in mobile payment system, and Philly drone photography > more